Latest updates from the NMF
A very warm welcome to Bonny Scott who has recently joined the NMF as our new part-time Administrator. A graduate of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and an emerging producer, Bonny has worked on the female-led and acclaimed documentaries Brazen Hussies and Why Did She Have to Tell the World?
And our congrats to NMF Ambassador and industry trailblazer, Kyas Hepworth, on her new and exciting role as Head of Screen NSW!
Be a Catalyst for Change!
Did you know that the NMF is celebrating 10 impactful years of supporting over 300 women in their leadership development? As the NMF embarks on its second decade we are excited to announce a new grant stream, the NMF Catalyst Grants.
Beginning in 2023, five separate $5,000 grants will be awarded to self-identifying women who have between 5-10 years of professional experience to undertake career advancement opportunities. Together with the continuing $20,000 annual Natalie Miller Fellowship, these new grants will enable the NMF to increase its support enabling six women annually to prioritise and invest in their leadership development and potential.
But we can’t do it without your help!
As a non-profit charity the NMF relies on the generous support of individuals and companies to help us make our grants and programs possible.
Over the next two weeks the NMF has a unique opportunity to kick-start the NMF Catalyst Grants with support from Creative Partnerships Australia’s Plus 1 program. Every dollar donated to the NMF towards the NMF Catalyst Grants before May 31st , will be matched dollar for dollar by Creative Partnerships up to $25,000.